Area residents can earn credits in certain classes from the respected Gannon University without having to leave the area or enroll as full-time students. Classes that will lead to an associate degree in liberal arts or business management are being held at four sites in the region, including the Potter County Education Council (PCEC) office in Coudersport.
Generally speaking, an associate degree foundation qualifies an individual for employment in many instances. It also allows a student to go on and complete bachelor degree requirements in a shorter amount of time and for considerably less money. An open house will be held from 4-6 pm on Wednesday, Aug. 1, to present more information. Tuition for the classes is low and no SAT scores are required for admission. For more information, call (814) 274-4877.
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